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Baby Zia says "opo" to "medyo rough" playtime with Daddy Dong

Baby Zia says "opo" to "medyo rough" playtime with Daddy Dong.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource: pep pepApr 17th, 2017

Sad reunion for Baby Girl’s kin

ILOILO CITY, Philippines — Almost four years after leaving Sara, Iloilo to work in Kuwait, Joanna Daniela Demafelis finally arrived home yesterday – but it w.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsFeb 18th, 2018

Remains of OFW Joanna Demafelis back home at last in Iloilo

Published: 7:42 a.m., Feb. 17, 2018 | Updated: 11:56 p.m., Feb. 17, 2018 ILOILO CITY --- "Bugtaw, ate, bugtaw (Wake up, sister, wake up)!" Joyce Demafelis repeatedly cried as she embraced the wooden box containing the remains of her sister, Joanna, after it arrived at the Iloilo International Airport early Saturday morning. "Baby Girl," as Joanna was fondly called by her loved ones, finally came home four years after she left to work as a domestic helper in Kuwait. But her death has left her loved ones in shock. Her mother, Eva, pounded the box and broke down at the airport. "I cannot accept it," Eva said, as she and her husband, Crisanto, as well as relatives and town...Keep on reading: Remains of OFW Joanna Demafelis back home at last in Iloilo.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 17th, 2018

Tiger Cubs stay alive in semis with comeback win over Baby Tamaraws

MANILA, Philippines – UST Tiger Cubs' magic run in the playoffs continues. The Tiger Cubs erased a 13-point deficit in the 4th quarter en route to an 81-80 win over defending champions FEU Baby Tamaraws to advance in the stepladder semifinals of the UAAP Season 80 juniors' ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsFeb 17th, 2018

Adam Levine, Behati Prinsloo welcome 2nd baby girl

MANILA, Philippines – Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo have another baby girl! According to E! News and People , the couple has welcomed their daughter Gio Grace Levine, but no other details, including the birthdate, have been revealed. Behati announced that she was pregnant with their second daughter in ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsFeb 17th, 2018

How I Feel About My Baby Brother’s First Relationship

If you're an older sister, you might understand how I feel. Whether you're two or 10 years older, you have a sense of protectiveness over your baby brother. He might be starting his first job but he's still a kid to you. I have a younger brother and we're six years apart. I never really noticed how much older he was getting until he got his first girlfriend a few months ago and was preparing for his prom. It then dawned on me that my baby brother wasn't really a baby anymore. Even if he acts like one sometimes. As an older sister, I try to "protect" him from the mistakes I've made in the past. I remind him of things he's supposed to do to avoid being reprimanded by our paren...Keep on reading: How I Feel About My Baby Brother’s First Relationship.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 17th, 2018

Baby Tamaraws duel Tiger Cubs in stepladder showdown

Game on Saturday at the Blue Eagle Gym in Quezon City 10:00 AM – FEU-Diliman vs UST Just six days ago, University of Sto. Tomas edged out Far Eastern University-Diliman to stay alive in the UAAP 80 Juniors Basketball Tournament. Now, both teams are nothing but determined for a win to remain in the running as the stepladder playoffs finally commences on Saturday morning. The defending champion three-seed Baby Tamaraws and the upstart fourth-seed Tiger Cubs go at it once again inside the Blue Eaglet Gym in Quezon City and at stake is the right to face off with two-seed and twice-to-beat Nazareth School of National University. Season MVP CJ Cansino and UST came out on top in the two teams’ meeting to end the elimination round. Their first round meeting wasn’t that much different as Cansino and company also had their way. Still, FEU-Diliman is the defending champion and L-Jay Gonzales and RJ Abarrientos are certain to give their all to make sure their reign extends just a bit longer. The winner between the two teams will move on to a matchup against the Bullpups on Tuesday still at the Blue Eagle Gym. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 16th, 2018

HIGH SCHOOL MIXTAPE: FEU-Diliman s L-Jay Gonzales

L-JAY GONZALES Guard for the FEU-Diliman Baby Tamaraws 5-foot 10-inches 19-years-old Grade 12 GET TO KNOW MORE EYES ON YOU, KID: UAAP 80 Jrs. players with swag FEU Srs. secures services of ‘Westbrook-like’ L-Jay Gonzales Finals MVP Gonzales next in long line of promising Baby Tamaraw guards Gonzales, Gabane will FEU-Diliman to championship Baby Tams charge through Bullpups to close in on championship.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 15th, 2018

How Toni found peace in Baby Seve’s world

MANILA, Philippines — When Toni Gonzaga arrived for interview as Pampers newest endorser at Le Petit Souffle at SM Megamall, she was all dolled up in a turqu.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  philstarRelated NewsFeb 15th, 2018

Year of the Earth Dog: A good time to marry, have a baby?

Year of the Earth Dog: A good time to marry, have a baby?.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsFeb 15th, 2018

WATCH: First trailer released for ‘The Incredibles 2’

The superhero family's second big-screen adventure, in theaters this summer, now has a trailer. The roles are reversed in this second installment, as Elastigirl heads off on a mission leaving her husband home alone with the kids, including the unpredictable Jack-Jack. After an initial teaser in November, which didn't reveal much, Pixar has now released a more comprehensive trailer for "The Incredibles 2". While Helen is called away on a new mission, Mr. Incredible is left to look after their three kids. Parenting challenges include helping Dash with math homework and taking care of baby Jack-Jack, whose powers are starting to develop. Directed by Brad Bird, who also helmed the ...Keep on reading: WATCH: First trailer released for ‘The Incredibles 2’.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 15th, 2018

Pokwang unleashes fury over accusations of being an irresponsible mother

No mother wants to hear from anybody that she is doing a bad job in, well, being a mother. Unsurprisingly, when netizens pointed out lapses in Pokwang's manner of taking care of her baby Malia, she was furious. The lashing out came after Pokwang uploaded a video on Instagram two days ago of her eldest daughter Mae and baby Malia both lying on the sofa. "Ate ikaw muna yaya ni Malia ha," wrote Pokwang. "Maliligo lang ako saglit." (Older sister, please be the one to look after Malia for a while, okay? I'll just take a bath quick.) Ate ikaw muna yaya ni Malia ha... maliligo lang ako saglit amoy baby narin kasi ako e, amoy lungad hahhahahaa A post shared by Mayette (@itsp...Keep on reading: Pokwang unleashes fury over accusations of being an irresponsible mother.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 15th, 2018

Cross Court: Basketball-volleyball power couples

Aside from titles won, awards garnered and lessons learned this year, a handful of Filipino athletes have found, and nurtured love between another fellow sports star. One could just imagine how two hearts meet in the harsh battlefield of sports especially coming from different fronts. Fate led some of the stars from the country’s top two sports – basketball and volleyball – to cross paths and develop a blooming romance. Here are some of the power couples coming from the said sports.   Bong and Mozzy Ravena The perfect example in this list. Bong was a successful basketball star during his UAAP days with University of the East, the PBA and MBA while Mozzy donned the University of Sto. Tomas jersey as a volleyball varsity player. The union produced three kids who followed their footsteps. Kiefer and Thirdy are making their own mark as basketball standouts while their sister Dani has a budding career as a rookie setter for Ateneo de Manila University.         Kiefer Ravena and Alyssa Valdez What is a King Phenom without a Queen Phenom? Arguably, the most popular sports couple of this generation, former Ateneo de Manila University King Eagle Kiefer Ravena and ex-Queen Eagle Alyssa Valdez are the equivalent of the country’s best teleserye loveteams.       LA Revilla and Denden Lazaro   I love you past the moon and beyond the stars, baby ❤️ Happy Valentine's Day! ❤️ . @larevilla A post shared by Dennise Lazaro (@denniselazaro) on Feb 14, 2017 at 4:05am PST Whoever said that blue and green won’t mix has been living under a rock. Say that to this sweet couple of ex-De La Salle University and current Kia guard LA Revilla and former Ateneo de Manila University and current Cocolife libero Denden Lazaro.   Philip Manalang and Cesca Racraquin   Walo ❤️ A post shared by Cesca Racraquin (@cescarac) on Aug 25, 2017 at 11:17pm PDT Red is the color of love. Well, at least for this couple Cesca Racraquin of San Beda College Lady Red Spikers and University of the East Red Warrior Philip Manalang.   Alfren Gayosa and Grethcel Soltones Home 🏡 bound with this one ❤🌹👑💏💍👣 @ladybeast05 💪🏻 pic.twitter.com/Kq0un7HjkM — Alfren Gayosa (@eeeeerjordan15) June 24, 2017 Fun, bubbly, sweet and chill. San Sebastian College cager Alfren Gayosa and former Lady Stags spiker and three-time NCAA MVP Grethcel Soltones’ relationship is simply described that way.   Myla Pablo and Patrick Aquino As the old saying goes, in love ‘age doesn’t matter.’ National University women’s basketball team coach Patrick Aquino and former Lady Bulldogs spiker Myla Pablo proved that. Some say that it is a May-December love affair but hey who are we to judge? Oh by the way, we’ll be hearing wedding bells soon.   Aby Marano and Robert Bolick The last time Aby Marano visited ABS-CBN Sports’ Down the Line, the former De La Salle University middle readily answered that if her boyfriend Robert Bolick of San Beda College asks her hand right that very moment, without second thought, she’ll say ‘yes’.   Kib Montalbo and Desiree Cheng   ❤️ A post shared by Kib Montalbo (@kibmontalbo) on Aug 20, 2017 at 6:12am PDT KibRee is definitely real. The De La Salle University Green Archers’ ‘man of steal’ has captured the heart of Lady Spiker and UAAP Season 79 Finals MVP Desiree Cheng, and they have been seen cheering and supporting each other through wins and losses.   Arvin Tolentino and Brandy Kramer   There's no place I'd rather be A post shared by Arvin Tolentino (@arvintolentino5) on Jul 5, 2017 at 3:43am PDT Three years and counting. Judging from this picture, there’s no letting go between Far Eastern University cager Arvin Tolentino and former San Beda College Lady Red Spiker Brandy Kramer, who is the younger sister of cager Doug.   Chico Manabat and Dindin Santiago - Manabat   First!🤗🤣 A post shared by Dindin Santiago Manabat (@dindinquickermanabat) on Aug 14, 2017 at 8:41am PDT Two years of marriage and an adorable daughter, National University Bullpups assistant coach Chico Manabat and Foton middle Dindin are a picture of a happy family.     Junemar Fajardo and Aeriael Patnongon Saturdate ❤️ pic.twitter.com/pniFpWnEC2 — Aerieal Patnongon (@iamaeriealituh) April 8, 2017 San Miguel Beer center Junemar Fajaro is one big, tall and tough man. Only Creamline middle Aerieal Patnongon can make this big, tall and tough man’s heart skip a beat.   Jan-Jan Jaboneta and Isa Molde Maroon pride runs deep for Isko and Iska power couple Jan-Jan Jaboneta and Isa Molde. Jaboneta, a sparkplug off the bench for the rising UP Fighting Maroons and Molde, one of the Lady Fighting Maroons' go-to scorers have hit it off, and are probably each others' biggest fans when gametime comes......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 14th, 2018

Soldiers in love, expecting first baby

Following the romantic gesture of getting down on one knee to propose to his combat medic girlfriend, Corporal Denemer Albani together with his wife to be, Private Christine Porcadilla, surprised the public anewThe post Soldiers in love, expecting first baby appeared first on DZRH News......»»

Category: newsSource:  dzrhnewsRelated NewsFeb 14th, 2018

These Adamson Baby Falcons are nobodies no more

In the first round of the 80th Season of the UAAP Juniors Basketball Tournament, it was all about fully-loaded Ateneo de Manila High School, powerhouse Nazareth School of National University, awoken giant University of Sto. Tomas, and defending champion Far Eastern University-Diliman. With those four locking down the top half of the standings, the Final Four seemed to be set. Then came the second round and a brand new upstart entered the playoff picture. Competitive in their contests up against the top teams in the first round, Adamson High School built upon that confidence to register a record of 4-3 in the second round. That, along with the Tiger Cubs’ struggles, led to a 7-7 elimination round finish for the Baby Falcons – extending their campaign with a playoff for the fourth-seed. The motivation was pretty simple for the squad nobody thought would be contending this quick. “Ang battle cry namin is we are nobody and we want to make a name for ourselves,” head coach Mike Fermin shared. He then continued, “Imagine, 14 rookies, sino ba yang mga yan? Yun lang nasa utak namin.” Adamson was expected to be rebuilding as it has not even been a year after the departure of former head coach Goldwyn Monteverde along with what was once a championship-caliber core including Gerry Abadiano, EJ Agbong, Forthsky Padrigao, Encho Serrano, and Carl Tamayo. Enter Fermin – and really, his track record of maximizing whatever materials he has should have told us that the Baby Falcons were taking flight sooner than later. The 38-year-old mentor once took over for Kenneth Duremdes and led the Soaring Falcons to a respectable finish. When Franz Pumaren was installed as Seniors head coach, Fermin then took his talents to the Lady Falcons whom he guided to the Final Four. Now, the always amiable mentor has been tasked to make sure that there is wind beneath the wings of Adamson High. And for the third time, the San Marcelino-based school’s faith in Fermin has paid dividends – with the Baby Falcons taking the Tiger Cubs to the limit before surrendering a one-point defeat in overtime in their do-or-die game for the fourth-seed. Of course, it had to help that three of Monteverde’s recruits opted to stay. “Malaking bagay na nandito pa rin yung Doria brothers at yung Sabandal kasi nadadala nila yung leadership on and off the court,” the head coach said, talking about starting forwards Andrey and Adam Doria and lead guard Joem Sabandal. He then continued, “Tapos yung experience nila, malaking bagay rin. Masasabi nilang, ‘Nakapaglaro na kami ng UAAP at mase-share namin yung experience na yun.’” And oh, of course, it had to help that one of those three returnees happened to be a star just waiting for a chance to shine.w Sabandal has been, without a doubt, the breakout star of the second round of the season – and even the entire season because, well, really, CJ Cansino has already been doing CJ Cansino things since a year ago. That was again evident in the fourth-seed playoff as the Cagayan de Oro native almost had a triple-double with a stat line of 20 points, nine assists, nine rebounds, and three steals. While their surprise contention didn’t put them in the semifinals, Adamson will remain intact and reap the rewards of their experience for next season. Without a doubt, nobody could say they are nobodies anymore. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 14th, 2018

Cansino backs up new MVP status, leads UST to UAAP Jrs Final 4

MANILA, Philippines – The University of Santo Tomas (UST) Tiger Cubs clinched the last Final 4 spot after a grueling 73-72 overtime victory over the gutsy Adamson University (AdU) Baby Falcons at the Ateneo Blue Eagle Gym on Wednesday, February 14. Newly-minted Juniors MVP CJ Cansino backed up his new title ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsFeb 14th, 2018

Belangel dislodges Ateneo teammate Sotto out of top spot in NBTC 24

The UAAP Season 80 Juniors Basketball Tournament closed out its elimination round with a bang, but as the day ended, one student-athlete stood head and shoulders above the rest of the competition. Ateneo de Manila High School's senior floor general SJ Belangel dropped a whopping 31 points against Nazareth School of National University, leading the Blue Eaglets to an immaculate 14-0 record en route to an automatic Finals berth. With this outing and the consistency he showed during the preliminaries, Belangel took over the top spot as the best high school prospect in Week 5 of the National Basketball Training Center Chooks-to-Go 24. The NBTC Chooks-to-Go 24 is a weekly ranking of high school players taking part in the UAAP, CESAFI-NBTC, MMBL, and FCAAF tournaments as well as the recently concluded NCAA competition. Ateneo big man and 23 for 2023 cadet Kai Sotto dropped to second after sitting atop the ladder for the last four weeks. Rounding out the top five are La Salle Greenhills' Joel Cagulangan, Mapua University's Will Gozum, and Far Eastern University-Diliman's L-Jay Gonzales. For dragging University of Sto. Tomas to a playoff match against Adamson High School, CJ Cansino, who is bound to win the UAAP Jrs. MVP, went up to seven.  On the other hand, Baby Falcons ace Joem Sabandal also rose in the weekly rankings, going up to 16. Making the biggest leap this week is CESAFI MVP Alex Visser. Visser rose to 17th, four spots higher than a week ago.  The biggest loser this week is Baby Tamaraws off-guard RJ Abarrientos. The FEU-commit was a non-factor during his team's loss to the Tiger Cubs last Sunday resulting to a drop from eighth to 14th. Here is the complete rankings after Week 5: 1. SJ Belangel, ADMU (2) 2. Kai Sotto, ADMU (1) 3. Joel Cagulangan, LSGH (3) 4. Will Gozum, MU (4) 5. L-Jay Gonzales, FEU (5) 6. Rhayann Amsali, NU (6) 7. CJ Cansino, UST (9) 8. Dave Ildefonso, ADMU (7) 9. Aaron Fermin, AU (10) 10. Clint Escamis, MU (11) 11. John Galinato, CKSC (12) 12. Inand Fornilos, LSGH (13) 13. Warren Bonifacio, MU (14) 14. RJ Abarrientos, FEU (8) 15. Evan Nelle, SBC (15) 16. Joem Sabandal, ADU (17) 17. Alex Visser, SHS Cebu (21) 18. Terrence Fortea, NU (16) 19. Raven Cortez, DLSZ (18) 20. Beirn Laurente, UV (20) 21. Mac Guadana, LPU (22) 22. Joaqui Manuel, ADMU (19) 23. Harvey Pagsanjan, HCHS (23) 24. Maui Cruz, EAC (24) The Juniors stars were ranked using the following criteria: league stats, impact in team, team record, leadership, defense, offense, and level of competition. These rankings will be used to determine the 24 players who will take part in the annual SM-NBTC High School All-Star Game on March at the MOA Arena......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 13th, 2018

The High Five: Roses Are Red, Violets Are Blue, Five Top Searches for You

Roses are red, Violets are blue. Here are this week’s top searches for you: The Dow is down, but a rocket went up to the skies We’re staring deeply into our valentines’ eyes While the world’s best athletes go for the gold We met the new Gerber baby, just one year old. Now on to […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsFeb 12th, 2018

5-month-old baby, woman dead after bus hits tree in CamSur

Two passengers were killed while seven others were injured after a passenger bus hit a tree in Del Gallego, Camarines Sur, according to a 24 Oras report by Cesar Castillo on Sunday. Source link link: 5-month-old baby, woman dead after bus hits tree in CamSur.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsFeb 11th, 2018

UST rookie Alessandrini set to miss rest of 1st round due to shoulder injury

University of Santo Tomas' campaign in the UAAP Season 80 women's volleyball tournament is off to a rough start. The Golden Tigresses not only lost libero Rica Rivera due to injury, but also their prized rookie Milena Alessandrini. UST head coach Kung Fu Reyes said Sunday that Alessandrini will be out for the rest of the first round after the Filipino-Italian spiker suffered a partial tear in her right shoulder. "She has a strain on her right shoulder but she still tried to fight earlier," said Reyes in Filipino after their four-set loss to Ateneo, 25-16m 22-25, 22-25, 23-25, at Filoil Flying V Centre. "Despite her injury, she still has the drive and the willingness." "If...Keep on reading: UST rookie Alessandrini set to miss rest of 1st round due to shoulder injury.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 11th, 2018

Baby Falcons swoop onto playoff berth; UE scores vs UPIS

STANDINGS Ateneo 13-0 NU 11-2 FEU-Diliman 8-5 Adamson 7-7 UST 6-7 DLSZ 4-10 UPIS 3-11 UE 2-12 The surprises are far from over from Adamson High School in the UAAP 80 Juniors Basketball Tournament. With their playoff lives on the line, it wasn’t Joem Sabandal who came through but the other guys as the Baby Falcons took care of business up against also-ran De La Salle Zobel, 75-51, on Sunday at the Blue Eagle Gym in Quezon City. Adrian Manlapaz had for himself a breakout game with a 20-point, 10-rebound double-double, Adam Doria also turned in his best game of the season with 18 markers, and the San Marcelino-based squad is now assured of at least an eliminator for the fourth and final playoff berth. While Sabandal didn’t star, he still had big-time contributions of 13 points, six assists, six rebounds, and one steal. It was also the team captain who detonated the 28-7 second quarter blast that turned a one-point deficit into a 44-24 lead. The Junior Archers would never threaten the rest of the way and the Adamson lead would only increase to as much as 27. With that, the Baby Falcons finish the elimination round at 7-7 – temporarily alone at the fourth spot depending on the result of University of Sto. Tomas’ matchup with Far Eastern University-Diliman later. If the Tiger Cubs lose, the fourth and final playoff berth goes to Adamson. If the Tiger Cubs win, they will head into a knockout bout with Adamson for the fourth and final playoff berth. Whatever happens from now, head coach Mike Fermin is nothing but proud of his boys who have emerged as the unlikeliest of contenders. In the game day’s opener, University of the East scored a well-earned 94-85 win against University of the Philippines Integrated School. The Junior Warriors drew power performances from their Big Three as Andrei Dulalia had a mighty 24-point, 21-rebound double-double; Agem Miranda had his own 22 markers, 10 boards, and five assists; and Shane Dichoso chipped in 20 points. With that, they registered only their second win of the season - and their first not due to forfeiture. For the Junior Maroons, Matt Santiago topped the scoring column with 19 points. Fellow graduating players Joelo Tupaz, Rafael Labao, and Jaggie Gregorio added 15, 15, and 10 markers, respectively. At the end of the season for them, DLSZ stands at 4-10, UPIS stands at 3-11, and UE stands at 2-12. BOX SCORES FIRST GAME UE 94 - Dulalia 24, Miranda 22, Dichoso 20, Almacen 12, Angeles 9, Vinte 7, Policarpio 0, Tajonera 0, Villarta 0 UPIS 85 - Santiago 19, Tupaz 15, Labao Raf 15, Labao Ral 11, Gregorio 10, Vergeire 9, Estrera 6, Villa-real 0, Condalor 0 QUARTER SCORES: 20-20, 36-38, 70-65, 94-85 SECOND GAME ADAMSON 75 – Manlapaz 20, Doria Ad 18, Sabandal 13, Hanapi 9, Doria An 7, Prodigo 4, Canoy 3, Engbino 1, Santos 0, Baculio 0 DLSZ 51 – Calimag 11, Escandor 10, Cosejo 10, Udal 6, Damiles 4, Carlos 3, Terrado 3, Santos 2, Cortez 2, Vesagas 0, Favis 0, Pascual 0, Bonalos 0, Chavez 0, Barcuma 0, Buncayo 0 QUARTER SCORES: 16-17, 44-24, 61-41, 75-51 --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 11th, 2018